Future Bakersfield USO Status of Minter Field 7-12-45
USO Planning on of Minter fields if f&se That the status of BakersHeld USO' will depend upon the status of Minter; Field as an army air base was brought out at a meeting of Bakers^ field USO council held Tuesday afternoon at USO hall by Jules Bernhardt, director. Walter Kane, president, said that a directive from the national USO office informed him "that the job of the GSO is not nearly finished." "Several million men will still be overseas and the war is, not over for them," Sir. Berabarfit" said to encouraging volunteers to remain oh' the job at the'tTSO. , "We have already had a little drop in attendance and we can anticipate probably cuts la budget,*-' the direc- i tor said. I "The CSO wHi still be needad for the' new. Inductees and for""tb£ men " . returning from the-" war fronts -and the ..program "will r be "adjusted, to toe current' needs,-"? Hisa "Dorothy- Me- Adam, assistant 'directorrjald. Frank "Eayfasv- director- 'of; "the- Nineteenth street ,USd,,\reportea drops" 4n attendance theteVafeo, anct ' changes !R program" 'iaeet the situation^ ^Mr% 3Ko6erf.35S;* man of volunteers^ ' to' , -chair- 'meeting and sajH-that^Hra^ers^wiU be inereasefl'by.'tlje retuifprof,-school teachers to *--••---J--"-^---"-—-•— vacations," , . . , - , 'J53&3S McAdam'repJoirt«dyBa,a sue-, ceasfal series of suininefc-JpaTJte' pi<ipic suppers and dances,-,;'T v . _ The trSO^cosmca app_h)ved the? plan to co-operate in ths local Community .Chest-.prosMuns.'v-- -".',-" -^ ,-. ;•" - "